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Brammer Engineering to lease new office space at Shreveport’s Louisiana Tower


Brammer Engineering, a full-service operating, property management and consulting firm based in Shreveport, will relocate their offices to the 15th floor of Louisiana Tower in downtown Shreveport.

The company signed a five-year lease with Gemini Rosemont, LLC, that includes 11,708 square feet of the building at 401 Edwards St. 

Tenant improvements are being completed by Shreveport-based Gene Nims Builders, with occupancy expected in September 2019.


“Brammer has been a longtime supporter of Shreveport’s downtown business district and we were looking for an opportunity to improve efficiency within our office space with a modern floorplan,” said Keith Evans, president of Brammer Engineering. “We are excited about the move to our attractive, newly renovated office space. The 24-hour security service, convenience of two on-site restaurants and competitive lease rates made it the right fit for our needs.”

Louisiana Tower is within walking distance to local and state government offices, and is close to restaurants, hotels and casinos. In addition to 24-hour security guard with after-hours card access and the two on-site restaurants, other on-site amenities include a full-service copy service company, a full-service bank, an attached covered parking garage and a shoe shine service. 

“We couldn’t be more pleased to have Brammer Engineering as a valued tenant at Louisiana Tower,” said Trisha Skinner, with Latter & Blum Property Management, Inc., who handled the lease negotiations on behalf of the owner. “We’re looking forward to welcoming 45 of their employees to our building in this coming fall.”

Raymond Alley, with Walker Alley & Associates, represented tenant in the negotiations.

Other tenants in the building include Capital One Bank, Merrill Lynch, New York Life, Bradley Murchison Kelly & Shea, and Stephens Financial.

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